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The South Carolina Lizard Man had always been considered a local legend, a way to draw tourists to rural Lee County. Until a local man shoots and kills the beast.
Jack Rastun, Karen Thatcher, and their team from the Foundation for Undocumented Biological Investigation (FUBI) are called in to collect the Lizard Man’s corpse. When they arrive, they find the man who shot it torn apart, and the creature’s body gone.
This is only the beginning. More lizard men emerge from the swamps, stalking and killing townspeople. Rastun, Thatcher, and the FUBI wage a desperate battle to try and end the bloody attacks.
But deadly reptilians are not the only threat. A former Marine is convinced the lizard men are part of a vast global conspiracy, and has a plan to deal with them, one that could mean disaster for the entire county.
With thousands of lives at risk, Rastun and Thatcher are faced with a difficult question. Who is more dangerous, monster or man?
©2017 Severed Press (P)2017 Beacon Audiobooks
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2 out of 5 stars
By Walter W. Chu on 01-07-18

Huh?

Concept for the plot is decent. Started out okay, but it seemed the writer was aiming at two separate stories that he failed to blend together well. Not to mention the addition of characters at the last minute to make them the guilty party. Sort of played like the old who dun-it’s that got lost and made up a path to make the story credible.
My overall concern is how you can have a mysterious creature that survives out in the woods that everyone has seen or know some one who died by their hand. Yet, all the locals in charge know nothing about. Even by the end of the story - who are the reptilians and why are they there?

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